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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
These decks have reverse play and pitch bend. they have good torque and a solid platter. there's nothing more you could expect in this price range.

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£369

now I've stuck Shure M447s on insted of the shitty carts I got with it the sound is booming (as much as my amp will let it anyway)

decks are decks really. simple but effective.

really solid build, heavy aswell. they travel pretty well. no problems there

on paper these deck have more torque than sl1210s, but having tried a 1210 (in a record shop) it doesn't feel that way under the finger. I bought them looking for lots of torque to try some scratching. don't think they would last long doing turntablism, but aparently neither would I. for standard house mixing there is loads of torque, and the quality is excellent. would recommend them to anyone and would be shocked at anyone who would dis them (for this price range anyway). I'll be keeping these for years to come

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 5-, 2003)
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